Ideas for Photography Projects

# 1. Travel & Places Most of us love to travel. Have you ever paused and kept your camera aside, to feel the characteristics of that place making it distinct, including the mood, environment, people around or your reason for being there? If not, this time when you head out to a new place, takeContinue reading “Ideas for Photography Projects”

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Seven Elements of Visual Art: Lines, Patterns & Tones (Part II)

“No matter how much shape, or form, or texture, or tone, or line, or any of the visual elements are present, if they aren’t put to some purpose all you have is a picture about a visual element.” — Peter Glendinning 04 Lines Lines give the viewer a sense of direction to move their gaze alongContinue reading “Seven Elements of Visual Art: Lines, Patterns & Tones (Part II)”

Seven Elements of Visual Art: Shape, Form & Texture (Part I)

“A writer must understand what nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and other word forms are, before putting them together in sentences that make sense to a reader. Similarly, an artist must understand the essential elements of design that must be put together to create a composition that will “make sense” to a viewer of their artwork.” —Continue reading “Seven Elements of Visual Art: Shape, Form & Texture (Part I)”

5 Landscape Photographers Whose Work I find Truly Inspiring!

Don’t you think travel and landscape photography you see from many photographers, look mostly similar. I also feel, sometimes they are glorified version of the reality. In addition, the extensive editing process makes it even more unrealistic. Having said that, I feel every photographer has the leeway to depict their work however they want. But,Continue reading “5 Landscape Photographers Whose Work I find Truly Inspiring!”

A Letter from My Camera to Me

Dear Vivek, We met after a long time, eleven long years to be precise, almost as your dream come true. Now that I am here, I see that you keep me safe and protected most of the times. While I understand your concerns for my safety, I would also want to not stay in myContinue reading “A Letter from My Camera to Me”

A Beginner’s Guide to Product Photography

While I do not have keen interest in product photography as such, I have learnt few things from my experiences and experiments with product shoots. More than anything else, it helped me understand lighting better and use the same techniques for fashion photography and portraits. This post is not for the experts but for thoseContinue reading “A Beginner’s Guide to Product Photography”